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deputies dressed in full camouflage heading into the command area with the mobile unit and then today we were required to have a media escort. they were given specific instructions to keep us out of certain areas! it made us wonder, how does marijuana fit into the big picture of the "loma fire"? we kept hearing about something and finally on day 5 had to go looking. it didn't take long to find it. marijuana farms are booming in the santa cruz mountains. the fires destroyed this greenhouse on loma chiquita road with will 40 plants inside. in fact, ever since the fire burned much of the vegetation, spotting them is easy now. legal? maybe. the sheriff's office says it largely depends on the owner's medical condition but the deputies say they started marijuana operations on loma chiquita road. they say they have a complicated relationship with the growers who help pay to maintain the private road. >> i can't say i was too thrilled to have them up here
though with my kids up here. i grew up here being able to walk the neighborhoods. i'm not sure i ever feel they are safe walk the neighborhood. >> reporter: she heard the rumors the fire may have been started by a marijuana farmer. >> most of the community is worried since they moved up here that something like that would happen. >> reporter: as for the fire itself, its days are numbered. a cool, moist sea breeze with a steady stream of helicopters making bucket drops meant we didn't see any major flare-ups at all. [ chainsaw ] >> reporter: we caught up with a prison work crew as they chased down hot spots on a steep hillside. as the fire winds down and burns out, investigators will get in there and find out the cause. there's been some chatter it might be a marijuana farmer that caused this. >> the fire itself remains under investigation. >> reporter: is it suspicious in nature? >> we just don't have any better information at this time. >> reporter: and so this is the windiest day of the week.
the fire technically is still not out, though. it could flare up. they have not gotten in there to determine the point of origin or even begun the investigation into the cause of the fire. allen? bright orange flames tore through a historic church this afternoon in berkeley causing part of the roof to collapse. the fire started in the building behind the first congregational church on channing way near the cal campus. firefighters adjusted their tactics as the fire grew. emily: qwyn stahlhud/ mother "its >> kpix 5's emily turner on how the fire is just now sinking in for church members. emily. >> reporter: it's very
disappointing for members of the community especially members of the church. luckily, though, as far as those flames go, those have come down and you can see what's left of the building. right now actually the sheriff's department and the police department as well as the fire department just launched a drone so they can see from the air just howed about that damage is. >> my parents' church so it makes me sad. >> reporter: the church building was dedicated on this day in 1884. now the neighborhood mourns the loss. >> my parents have been members. offices and above the thrift shop have burned. >> reporter: the fire started just before 1:00 today. it bushed so dangerously firefighters had to pull their men from the building. you can see the building start to crumble. >> the chimney may collapse. we have removed the engineer
who was pumping on that engine so he can be safe. >> reporter: there are no injuries and no cause so far the the daycare they run was evacuated and another across the street was told to "shelter in place" while 60 firefighters shut down city blocks to battle it. it was a historic part of the community. it housed the homeless in the winter, host concerts and choirs for the neighborhood. >> it's a great loss. it's a beautiful church. wonderful venue. >> reporter: and that chimney that the fire chief was talking about earlier, you can see it still standing right now but a portion of the wall next to it, the chief isn't taking any risks. they will need a structural engineer to check it. they are also checking for hot spots. those of you who might be here for the cal game, you need to know this is going to stay shut
down so if you are coming, come early. they are not opening these blocks soon. >> thank you. the first congregational has a long history in berkeley. it started in 1882 and moved to a larger building two years later become the city's first formal church. a new one was built in 1925 and that's the one that burned. in the north bay, novato firefighters are mopping up from a vegetation fire on marin valley drive. the fire covered about 18 acres. no homes were affected. the fire is about 75% contained right now and crews will be on scene this evening to deal with any flare-ups. new at 6:00 bay area families forced to pack up and leave many of them with nowhere to go. they claim their landlord is trying to beat a big rent control vote at the ballot box. today's the deadline for many of the families living in the creek view apartments. those are in richmond.
to move out. kpix 5's da lin reports the mass evictions come weeks before the people are set to vote on new protections for renters. >> reporter: it's moving day. some of these long-time tenants have no place to go. >> everything is going to go into storage. i'm going to move in with family temporarily. >> put my stuff in storage and probably sleep on their couch here or there, you know, i don't want to be a burden to somebody else. >> the same situation i'm going to be put in, you know, couch hopping. >> reporter: these seniors never thought they would be homeless. >> for me to be uprooted like this after 22 years, i mean, just, you know, blindsided. it's devastating. i'm depressed. >> reporter: the landlord, who lives in beverly hills, is evicting everyone so contractors can renovate the large complex. creek view condos in richmond has 200 units. a pr unit for the landlord says
all the units have mold. >> we don't believe in band-aid fixtures. we want to do it the right way. >> reporter: tenants think they want them out before richmond votes on rent control in november. if passed landlords would have to pay tenants to leave. the pr firm says the rent control measure has nothing to with the evictions. >> i have got notes all over through here that i been contact these people. i have been gone as far as pleasanton. >> reporter: 20 people haven't found a new place. they can't afford it. right now most of them pay $1,200 to $1,400 a month for a one bedroom. >> i'm using one paycheck going into another paycheck just to pay rent. >> reporter: many families have to be out by tonight. some tenants were given until october 15th to move out. so far the city of richmond has done nothing to help these tenants. in richmond, i'm da lin, kpix 5. >> the tenants were told that once the renovation at creek view condos is done, those who
want to move back would have to pay market rate rents. they would also have to reapply and qualify. nearly every city leader in san jose is calling on voters in the city approve measure s in november. it basically overturns measure b which passed in 2012 and would restore pensions and benefits. kpix 5's len ramirez shows us a new ad and talks to people on both sides of the measure f debate. >> we had to declare a state of emergency. >> reporter: it places police chief in a starring role in the ad as political pitchman for san jose's measure f. >> losing more officers than we have been able to train. >> reporter: measure f which would undue parts of measure b which was overwhelmingly passed in 2012, is seen as the last best hope to rebuild the struggling san jose police department. >> it's my job and my duty to do everything i can for this police department and for this community. and so it's just important to educate the community and people when they are going to make this decision, this critical decision. >> reporter: the police union
says san jose has lost 630 officers in the past five years. there's been so much mandatory overtime to cover patrol beats that officers recently started camping overnight in rvs as kpix 5 first reported last month. >> the reality is we're running out of runway. >> reporter: like the chief, mayor sam liccardo is going all out including spending his lunch hours at a pizza joint to help raise money to pass measure f because he can't make those calls on city hall time. >> we have to fundamentally fix the challenge we have as an employer in san jose to recruit and retain officers. >> reporter: but measure f does have its opponents who say it's not fully baked. we don't know what the true costs are going to be, said former councilman pete constant to create a new pension benefit without knowing the full costs and impacts is foolhardy and is what got us into this situation we're in now. a new poll of likely voters shows that measure f would pass by more than 2:1 but the poll also shows a large number of
people in san jose a22% are still undecided. in san jose, len ramirez, kpix 5. >> just in the last hour we learned that the san jose silicon valley chamber of commerce voted unanimously to endorse measure f. the chamber says measure f is a sound compromise to solving san jose's policing issues. going shopping in san jose this weekend? you might want to do it in the next few hours. as of tomorrow, the sales tax is going up from 8.75% to 9%. voters approved that bump back in june. the revenue will go towards road repairs and public safety. the tax will be in effect for the next 15 years. and it is expected to generate $30 million in the first year. san francisco police are going after speeding drivers. it is all part of the safe speeds sf campaign. kpix 5 reporter jackie ward did some testing and found out trying to drive the speed limit in san francisco isn't really all that easy.
jackie. >> reporter: no kidding veronica! so this crackdown starts sometime next month. my photographer chris and i decided to drive on some of these streets that police will focus on at the speed limit to see how drivers would respond. all right. here we are on sunset. there is a green light there. photographer chris, ready to go? >> that's the speed limit. >> reporter: under the new year-long safe speed sf campaign, sunset boulevard is a primary enforcement corridor. it's one of the streets city data and analysis found where traffic speeds, injuries and deaths are all high. >> we know that if we can get people to follow the rules and slow down, we'll get people to drive safer. >> reporter: which in turn the city hopes will help save lives. sfmta spokesman paul rose says san francisco is trying to get the number of traffic fatalities down to zero by the year 2024. right now the city averages about 30 a year and we're already at 20 in 2016. so we just made our way from
sunset through the park. now we just turned left on 19th. speed limit 25. we'll see what happens. well, it didn't take us long to find drivers who wanted to get around us. oh, he is not going 35. >> reporter: then on geary. not going 25. if you think it is a way for the city to generate money, it's not. they are showing drivers a map where there will be more officers enforcing the speed limit. >> you can see where we are going to be to get people to slow down before they have a chance for a citation when we get out there. >> reporter: so we just drove on some of the roads that police will be monitoring more closely. for a list and map go, to our website, cbssf.com. also, this is made possible thanks to a $2 million state grants that's going to pay for lidar speed detectors.
in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. the governor is cracking down on rape offenders in california with two new laws inspired partly by the brock turner case. the jury found the former stanford swimmer guilty of sexual assault. he served three months in jail and got probation because his victim was unconscious. but under a new law signed today a judge is required to sentence offenders like turner to prison instead of probation. another law expands the legal definition of rape so it includes all forms of nonconsensual sexual assault not just intercourse. the prosecutor in the turner case says that she told the victim about the changes today. >> she was absolutely ecstatic, overwhelmed, that just a few months ago we were upset and saddened by the sentence but now the law is changed such that women on college campuses are safer. >> the legislature passed the laws with a nearly unanimous vote. it takes effect on january 1. a popular park where the
pavement is filled with cracks. there were big plans to fix them. so what happened? a broken promise putting safety at risk. >> and the drifters accused of a drug fueled double murder now heading to trial. the chilling testimony from their one-time friend turned star witness. >> and the windup and the pitch ... >> putting the meningitis dodgers riehlry a-- putting the giants, dodgers rivalry aside. vin scully gets ready to make his final call. unforgettable bay area moments. >> it started with red barber and then vince scully for decades and it's ended with the giants. isn't that something. nobody does it better. we have rain on the way for the bay area and the forecast is coming up, as well. after a break. , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
went for a run through the a. our new reporter literally fell into her first story. she went for a run in golden gate park and tripped on a path and she looked into it. only on "5", susie tells us what happened next. welcome. >> reporter: thank you. an interesting and i guess sort of embarrassing start to life here in san francisco. i was out for a run here in the panhandle a couple of nice ago and took a bad fall. thankfully a couple of other kind runners stopped to see if i was okay. apparently they have had plans to make repairs over a year. but repaving it is no longer a priority. >> probably run maybe three or four times a week through the park. >> reporter: emily usually avoids the sidewalk inside the panhandle during her weekly run
run. it's easy to stumble while running or just trip. >> reporter: tree roots, plus general wear and tear, creating cracks and crevices that makes running dangerous. >> it's completely unsafe. >> reporter: shelly no longers takes the stroller into the walk forcing her to walk along the bike path. she wants the city to do something and fast. >> fix the sidewalk and running path so people don't have to crowd the bike path and frankly piss off the bikers. >> reporter: the city knots this park needs improvement -- knows this park needs improvements. they announced a project last summer. construction was to start this summer to repave this pathway. a half million dollars are in place for the project but all that money is going to l.e.d. lighting, trash cans, lighting, landscaping, but repaving the sidewalk isn't at the top of
the list. i reached out to the parks department over the past three days trying to go on camera to explain why this path is no longer a priority. and they told me no one had time to speak with us. veronica and allen? >> thank you, susie. two drifters accused in the killings of marin hiker and tourist in golden gate park are going to trial. a marin county judge ruled during a preliminary hearing this morning. murder charges for morrison lampley and lila alligood also include special circumstances of lying in wait and murder during a robbery. a third drifter charged with the murder sean angold testified against the other two. we caught up with allen martin's attorney after the hearing. >> -- alligood's attorney after the hearing. >> what's the most frustrating thing about the preliminary hearing? >> it took a while and the [ indiscernible ] rules were issued for me but it's just a preliminary. it's the d.a.'s show, not our show. so we don't get to put on the versions that make the whole
truth come out. we have to wait until trial. >> prosecutors say alligood and lampley went on their crime spree so they could start a pot farm in oregon. they are due back in court late next month. this afternoon a former sheriff's deputy caught up in a bay area police sex scandal was arraigned in hayward. ricardo perez pled not guilty to a charge of a sex act with a minor, a felony. perez did not have to post bail after the hearing. a 19-year-old woman jasmine abuslin says she had sex with perez about 10 times in the oakland hills last year. she claims she had sexual relations with about 30 bay area officers. and in some cases when she was under age. jasmine abuslin has now filed millions of dollars in claims against several agencies which will likely lead to civil lawsuits. this week her attorney said five officers in richmond took advantage of her instead of helping her escape prostitution. they said those officers did not have adequate training for
identifying victims of sexual exploitation. they paid millions of dollars for a condo in a luxury high-rise in san francisco only to find out their investment is now worth next to nothing. as we have been reporting millennium tower in the south of market area is sinking more than a foot and also tilting a few inches. the "san francisco examiner" reports the assessment appeals board has received 163 appeals from condo owners at that troubled tower including people such as former 49er joe montana who claims his unit was worth $2.8 million. now only worth $500,000. drilling is under way now as engineers try to figure out what is causing the problem. ♪[ music ] brian hackney joins us now with dropping temperatures. feeling the chill. this is like when everybody gets sick. >> really? do you have anybody in mind? >> maybe liz. [ laughter ] >> maybe me? >> you're -- >> maybe half our newsroom right now, right? >> you have 40 minutes left and
you're doing good so far. [ laughter ] >> we have winds picking up and as veronica pointed out maybe rain coming down by sunday. but in the meantime tomorrow looks very nice and tonight doesn't look too bad. we are going to start off by checking out the weather conditions down where the firefighters are still at work hopefully soon mopping up after the "loma fire." winds are gusting north- northwest to 20 miles per hour. they will be lighter tomorrow. a low coming down from the gulf could give us showers up in the north bay on sunday. so this is sunday afternoon at 3:00 and beyond. that's what we have pictured. tomorrow looks night. if you need to get something done outside this weekend, saturday is better than sunday. winds not too bad really. pretty shot of san jose. and the numbers right now, concord 66. livermore 62. san francisco 5 the. there are winter weather advisories posted out in the sierra. san francisco 59 degrees. snow level down to 5,000 feet for sunday in the sierra. and again saturday better day that travel there if you are heading to the hills. futurecast sets this out for us. we have mostly clear skies for
saturday but then sunday this mess comes in. a weak-ish cold front but nevertheless there's enough instability so we could get a few showers from time to time. and then scattered showers after that. so here's what we're expecting. sunny and mild for tomorrow. temperatures about the same as they were today. winds ease up a little bit but then a chance of showers will spread south again on sunday. by midweek things will warm up as you can see by looking at the extended forecast. the numbers are going to be heading back into the 80s by wednesday. between now and then, the best chance for a few showers coming into the north bay on sunday morning, and spreading south 49ers cowboys game may be a few sprinkles. >> thank you. ♪[ music ] he is one of the greatest voices in american history. vin scully about to give his final play-by-play this weekend. why it is so fitting the dodgers announcer is signing off in the bay area. >> and it's the free concert that always draws big crowds. we are live as thousands of music lovers gear up for the hardly strictly bluegrass festival.
calling it quits this weeke. after more than six decades behind the microphone. as kpix five's wilson walker shows us... the voice of vin scully is well known to baya an iconic sportscaster is calling it quits after more than 6 decades behind the microphone. kpix 5's wilson walker shows us the voice of vince scully well known to bay area sports fans. >> it's time for dodger basketball. >> reporter: in 67 years behind the microphone you're not just covering sports. >> the perfect game! >> reporter: vincent edward scully chronicled american history. >> high fly to the deep left center field! >> reporter: from the monumental. >> a black man is getting a standing ovation in the deep south. >> reporter: to the infamous -- >> it gets bill buckner. >> reporter: right on through the idiosyncracies of modern life. >> twitter? >> reporter: he had to sit next
to rowdy fans at the stadium one of the many ballparks he has outlasted. you start to make an impression of your own. just ask the giants fans across the street at the double play. >> only dodger i can stomach is vin scully and for two reasons. one he is a great broadcaster but two he was originally a giants fan. >> reporter: and think about all the unforgettable bay area moments. >> waiting on deck. >> reporter: if you are an a's fan who delivered a 1988 play- by-play for your breaking heart. >> high flyball into right field gone! >> reporter: he calls one of the greatest 9ers moments of your life. >> end zone, caught it! dwight clark! it's a madhouse at candlestick! >> reporter: of course, candlestick is just a memory but that game and the catch made such an impression on scully that he ended his football career on the spot. >> and on that game it was so
good feeling to me that when i got on the airplane i said, you know, i quit. [ laughter ] >> i quit football. >> reporter: vince scully loves to tell the story of how he fell in love with baseball watching his beloved new york giants lose to the yankees in the 1936 world series. and now scully will end his career exactly 80 years later to the very day in san francisco calling a game between the giants and the dodgers. and leave it to the most fierce of rivals to offer the most genuine tips of the cap. sir. in san francisco, wilson walker, kpix 5. >> i grew up with the transistor radio listening to him. the final scully broadcast will be sunday afternoon of course and at the age of 88 -- [ indiscernible ] coming up in the next half- hour a beauty queen and alleged sex tape and twitter tirade. donald trump lashes out at the former miss universe. the early morning rant that has
clara county. marijuana farms are booming in the santa cruz mountains. investigators are checking whether a greenhouse may have sparked the big fire. this hour new numbers on the fire 12 homes have been destroyed but it is now 50% contained. dozens of renters in richmond are told to pack up and leave. the landlord of creek view condominiums served eviction notices so the contractors can renovate. tenants think timing is fishy. they say the landlord wants them out before the city votes on rent control in november. if passed, landlords would have to pay tenants to leave. reps for the condo company say that has nothing do with it. donald trump goes on another twitter tirade this time his target a former beauty queen. kpix 5's melissa caen tells us about the republican nominee's latest line of attack. melissa. >> reporter: things got downright nasty early, early this morning. now this comes as trump tries to win over women voters. his democratic rival hillary clinton was quick to pounce.
in a series of predawn tweets, republican presidential nominee donald trump called alica machado my worst miss universe. he called her a con and disgusting and advised people to quote check out her sex tapes. the rumor debunking website snopes has declared his trumps to be false. machado appeared in playboy and on a risque reality show but there's no evidence of a sex tape. democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton responded with her own tweet. she called trump's tirade unhinged and she said, quote, what kind of man stays up all my to smear a woman with lies and conspiracy theories? machado said on instagram, quote, these attacks are cheap lies with bad intentions. political reporters say trump is sabotaging himself. >> you had a debate that took place when? monday? and we're still talking about alica machado on friday. all because of donald trump's inability to let it go. >> what he said about the sex tape about her criminal record is not exactly true, so it highlights the problem he has,
um, relating to the truth and it also highlights, um, his ability to shoot himself in the foot. >> reporter: but trump supporter jack kingston questions machado's credibility. he says when attacked, trump always responds in kind. >> i don't know miss machado but i have seen many interviews with her. she is not a very credible witness, you might say. when donald trump gets pushed he pushes back. >> reporter: bloomberg is reporting that one woman has resigned from the trump campaign. healy bumgarner is a florida operative who frequently appeared on tv on behalf of the campaign. she quit today saying the campaign is going in a direction i am no longer comfortable with. on the subject of twitter that company may be behind a big spike in young people registering to vote. over the last five days, 372,000 people registered or updated their voter status online. and the state of california usually sees these kinds of numbers over the course of
months not days. 30% of the activity involved voters between the ages of 17 and 25. tuesday was national voter registration day and tech companies like facebook and get people registered and they seemed to be working. melissa caen, kpix 5. >> on that note we are asking you tonight are you excited to vote in the upcoming election? will you be heading to the polls? yes or no? why or why not? tweet my right now at #veronicadlcruz is where you can do that. we are going to have your twitter poll results and your comments tonight on bay area nightbeat; come join us at 10:00 on our sister station, kbcw 44/cable 12. police down in el cajon have released two videos of an officer shooting and killing an unarmed black man. we are only going to show part of those videos. but we do need to warn you even it is disturbing. one is surveillance video from a fast-food drive through the other from a cell phone. both snow alfred olango in a parking lot walking book and forth as a police officer con
-- walking back and forth as a police officer confronts him. he puts his hands together and confronts the officer. the officer shoots him. someone screams. the man was holding an ecigarette. they released the videos to end the protests. the investigation in its early stages. evidence is being collected. world leaders were in jerusalem today to pay their final respects to former israeli president shimon peres. president obama former president bill clinton both attended the funeral. as foreign minister in the 1990s he opened secret negotiations with the palestinians which led to the oslo accord. he shared a nobel prize for his efforts with the palestinians. today mr. obama called peres a giant among men. >> the last of the founding generation is now gone. shimon accomplished enough things in his life for 1,000 men. >> despite the tense relations that now exist, palestinian leader mahmoud abbas was at today's funeral shook hands
with prime minister benjamin netanyahu. later peres was buried in jerusalem. he died on wednesday at the age of 93. one moment after the funeral is getting a lot of attention. president obama was trying to take off in air force one but former president bill clinton was taking his time. >> let's go! "come on bill, let's go!" f lane. >> all right. so it's a little hard to hear but that was the president shouting, come on, bill, come on, bill, let's go!! standing there in the doorway of the plane [chuckling] and then he paces around and even has to yell again to get the former president's attention. eventually clinton boarded that plane and greeted the commander- in-chief with a pat on the back. ♪[ music ] thousands have been dancing and singing their hearts out at the hardly strictly bluegrass festival. coming up, we'll take you there. >> and california getting the green light to test self- driving cars on public roads. no humans necessary. ,, ,,,,,,,,
golden gate park for the 16 annual....hardly strictly.. sic festival. well, the weekend is here. that means people are packing into golden gate park for the 16th annual hardly strictly bluegrass festival. >> kpix 5 reporter betty yu live in the park where the crowds are bundling up and filtering in. betty. >> reporter: that's right, allen. on day one of this festival we
have seen a huge turnout and some people believe it or not tell me that they got here as early as 4 a.m. to secure some prime seating. there video was shot moments ago of this crowd. organizers are expecting more than 750,000 people over three days. they also say there are very few free festivals of this scale in the world. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: and you're taking a listen right there to boz skaggs and some band members on stage. there are 7 different stages across golden gate park and more than 100 artists that you can enjoy this weekend. now, we spotted generations of music fans here and also people who made a road trip out of this festival. >> the best part about this festival is the community.
it is people from ages 2 to 122 dancing and hanging out and playing together and everyone is cordial. >> the music is incredible. people from all over the world. thank you, god bless you, warren hellmann. >> reporter: and warren health men was a private equity pioneer here in san francisco. his family foundation continues to fund this festival every year. it is now in its 16th year. now, tomorrow, the big perform that will hit the stage include cyndi lauper and san francisco's own chris issak. veronica and allen, back to you. >> thank you. >> if you are planning to go to the festival, we have a guide on our website, cbssf.com, click on eat, see, play. coming up, eye rage. what prompted this angry apple customer to start smashing every iphone in sight. >> it's because of the missing
headphone jack. [ laughter ] >> as soon as they restore that, then everybody will calm down. we have a few showers on the way for sunday after a beautiful saturday. there are changes ahead including snow. stay tuned. we'll have the forecast. >> straight ahead in about 10 minutes we are going to bring it to you strong from the ballpark. at&t park. why? it's the giants and the dodgers with wildcard implications on the line. now, what could be better than that? ,,,, ♪
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driving cars in the east ba he signed a bill.. that alls testing of autonom governor brown is green lighting plans to develop self- driving cars in the east bay signing a bill that allows testing of autonomous vehicles on public roads without the use of steering wheels, brake pedals or accelerators. it applies only in a testing facility at a former naval weapons station and another store. google and apple are looking to use the facilities. you can call it irange? >> a man goes crazy inside of a french apple store, you can call it irage. [ smashing ] >> oh, my goodness. one by one, he smashes iphones with a steel ball as workers just stand around in shock.
the man was apparently angry that the store would not refund his money. he was arrested outside the store and is facing a huge bill. the damage is estimated to be about $56,000. >> apple care won't cover that. [ laughter ] >> i don't think so. >> no. >> more like apple triage. >> we have all felt that way from time to time about our swell cell phones. we have a beautiful sunset in the bay area with golden glow over the city and cool temperatures right now. concord 66. oakland 63. san francisco it is 58 degrees. system smoky clouds out there. low pressure is on the way from the gulf of alaska and the result? we are going to begin to cool down more on sunday. in fact we'll introduce a chance of showers as this one presses closer to the bay area not only showers for us but maybe a little bit of snow in the mountains. they are going to have winter weather advisories posted for the western slopes of the sierra. it's not in effect now. but for sunday morning through monday morning at 5 a.m., for
the potential for three to six inches of snow above about 5,000 feet so slick roads, icy conditions if you are heading for the hills. it will turn around later in the week. we'll get warm again. but when is the rain coming? tomorrow if you have to get something done this weekend, tomorrow is the best day. it's going to be nice and sunny on saturday. it's on sunday when the clouds begin to lower and then we get scattered showers moving over the north bay first and the rest of the bay area later in the day. this is set at noon on sunday. not a lot. just could be blustery winds, cool, a lot of clouds around. could feel like spring. in fact this is a fast-moving one and fairly cool, as well. gusty winds will be along with it and then another dash of showers too in the wee small hours of monday morning. so unsettled weather for a switch beginning sunday morning in the north bay and then spreading south. tomorrow is nice. sunday we get a chance of showers spreading south. it will warm up again by midweek. overnight lows tonight will be
looking at pretty much upper 40s and low 50s. 11 degrees cooler in san francisco, 59. oakland 64. and for the south bay tomorrow we'll be near 70 in general so unusually cool for the south bay and east bay only in the low to mid-70s. if that. be windy too tomorrow by the way as this front approaches out of the southwest with gusts to 20 miles an hour up in the north bay low 70s. mild but wet by sunday for ukiah, lakeport and clearlake. extended forecast, saturday is nice. sunday is nice, too. we could use a few showers. monday mostly cloudy and then by midweek we recover back into the mid-80s inland. but that's wednesday. in the meantime, carry an umbrella and when was the last time you heard that? that's weather. sports is coming up right after a break. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
we can't go back to the years of devastating cuts to public education. exactly why i urge you to vote yes on prop 55. prop 55 prevents $4 billion in new education cuts without raising taxes on anyone. and there's strict accountability in prop 55. with local control over school funding decisions. and mandatory annual audits guaranteeing the money goes directly to our classrooms. not to bureaucracy, not to administration. so vote yes on 55. because it helps our children thrive. all right. [ laughter ] >> hey, this is where you want to be if you love lucille and love the giants. either at or near this ballpark. at the expense of the dodgers, the giants have a chance to play october post-season
baseball. it just does not get any better than that. let's go ahead and set the table for you on this one as the giants enter tonight holding a one-game lead over the cardinals with the second wildcard spot in the national league with three games left in the regular season. the magic number to clinch a play-off spot is three. there may be only three games left in the regular season but one giants player will be making his first start of the year tonight. gordon beckham who the giants acquired in a trade on tuesday will start at third base tonight. beckham says it's been interesting to getting to know his new teammates in the middle of a aplay-off race. >> i'm like a fish out of water being here for six days. it's fun to show up and have a chance to go to the play-offs. doesn't really matter about how i feel socially. >> you wish you were in a better spot but this is a good spot, too. better than the alternative. you know, we look forward to
the series. it's been exciting. it really has this past week. >> to the nfl. the 49ers on sunday slight underdogs to the cowboys coming in almost like a pick 'em game and, of course, right here on kpix 5. the raiders and the ravens, the raiders a slight underdog in that game. and speaking of that game, quarterback sean smith struggled in the first two games but in tennessee a fourth quarterback pick. on sunday he will be matched up with baltimore's 16-year veteran fellow utah alum steve smith, senior. >> competitor, ultimate fighter and like i said it's secondary better make sure we understand where he is at because the ball is definitely coming to him and he knows what to do with it. >> reporter: you guys are good friends. you're going to be going at it? >> definitely. i don't think anybody is friends with steve smith. [ laughter ] >> he is going after anybody's head as long as you're
guarding. >> reporter: to the nba. kevin durant on the left, steph curry, all fun and games now. but believe it or not, the warriors will play their first preseason game tomorrow! draymond green and crew against the toronto raptors. but the game is in vancouver. the olympian "dubs." >> even if i hate you and whatever team you play for like if you gonna wear a usa and go represent my country, for one day i can give it up and say i'm going to cheer for this guy. hey. still. so. if they gonna boo us on a usa jersey on? i can only imagine what it's going to be with a warriors jersey on. >> reporter: the american spirit kicking in the suburbs of minneapolis. rick over fowler a chip-in for
bird on number 9. he and mickelson defeated the opponents in their match. at 16 zach johnson playing with jimmy walker, how about a birdie putt to defeat garcia and kaymer. the americans won all four morning matches. british open champ stenson nearly a hole in one. they defeated jordan spieth. mcilroy an eagle put beating dustin johnson and matt kuchar. more over the weekend as the national anthem being played right here at at&t park as my voice lowers on my toss back to you. >> thank you. for now throughout the evening the latest news and weather, always on cbssf.com. >> join us for nightbeat at 10:00 on kbcw 44/cable 12. see you back here tonight at 11:00. they prey on our children, spending billions.
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